Great Leaders Essay

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  • Alexander The Great Leader

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    Alexander the Great was a great leader because he was always determined to be successful, even when he was young he wanted to win and he always had good morals and a good way of life. Alexander always loved Greece and was selfless when he was young. Alexander kept these traits and developed as a leader and used them while he was conquering other countries. Alexander initially brought 40,000 men to take over Persia, knowing he would get more men from the places he took over. He spread the Greek

  • Alexander : The Great Leader Of Alexander The Great

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    There were many leaders throughout the ancient times but Alexander the great was said to be one of the greatest leaders of all time. He was born July 356 B.C.E in Pella Greece, he showed great strength at a young age. “Alexander was born into a family that traced its royal roots back to the great hero Hercules” (Freeman 5) Alexander was born into royalty his father was a leader. When Alexander was 13 he started learning from Aristotle, he taught him Greeks, philosophy and about plants and animals

  • Alexander The Great: An Inspirational Leader

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    Leaders cannot be born, they are created through their experiences and skills, this topic has created a national debate over the centuries. One of the greatest military leaders in history, Alexander the Great became a leader through his abilities, efforts, and accomplishments, not through birth. Becoming a young king of the empire Macedonia, he maintained the second largest empire in history, and conquered the Persian empire. However, at the age of 32, Alexander dies from a fever. Alexander’s legacy

  • Alexander The Great : The Military Leader Of Alexander The Great

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    army of sheep led by a lion,” is my favorite quote from the famous Greek military leader Alexander III of Macedonia, also known as Alexander the Great(Alexander The Great Quotes, 2012). Alexander knew battles were not won simply because of how strong one’s soldiers were, but by how powerful and wise the leader was. Alexander was that powerful and wise leader for Macedonia’s army and arguably the best military leader of all time. He displayed numerous characteristics of adaptive leadership. Also, he

  • Alexander The Great Leader Essay

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    The Leader I Admire: Alexander The Great The leader I admire is Alexander The Great. Before I go on to way I choose Alexander The Great as a leader that I admire. Here is a little biography on Alexander The Great. BIOGRAPHY: Alexander The Great or know as Alexander III of Macedon. He was born on 21 July 356 BC in a place named Pella which is capital city of the Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander was a king of the Ancient Greek where he succeeded his father Philip II to the throne at the age of twenty

  • Alexander: The Great Leader Of Alexander As A Great Hero

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    Alexander was ambitious young leader, who wanted to win and rule the whole world. He was a master of astute personality and was a powerful leader. Alexander was born in 356 BC in Macedonia, which is now a part of northern Greece. Alexander was born to the ruler of Macedonia: Philip II and his wife Olimpias (who was the Princess of Epirus). Alexander's father, Philip II wanted his son (Alexander) to receive the best education and for this he hired Aristotle to live at his royal residence and to teach

  • Alexander The Great : The Powerful Leader Of Alexander The Great

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    Alexander the Great was a powerful man from when he was a child, and he grew up to be one of the most powerful and courageous leaders of all time. He first demonstrated this strength and courage at the age of fourteen. Alexander was very fascinated when it came to horses and he watched the unsaddled horses gallop around. Not even the best riders were able to break in the horses. A horse was then brought in that no one, not even the mighty King Philip, Alexander’s father, could master. The horse,

  • Cyrus The Great : The Greatest Leader Of The Great Persian Empire

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    Introduction: The greatest leaders in the history leave behind some sort of legacy. Cyrus the great was the founder of the great Persian Empire around 550 B.C., which was the largest empire at that time. The empire was stretched from Indus valley in the east to Thrace and Macedon on the northeastern boarder of Greece which makes the largest empire of the world. Ancient Egypt was also under the rule of Achaemenid Empire (Hegel, G. W., & Sibree, J., 2015). Prior to Cyrus’s rule, Persia was a small

  • Alexander The Great : The Greatest Leader Essay

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    Alexander the Great: The Great Commander How great was Alexander the Great? Even though he had a short reign, dying at the age of 32, Alexander of Macedonia accomplished a lot for his beloved people, truly earning the title of “The Great”. Seizing the throne at the age of 19, after his father died, Alexander quickly won over the army within days allowing him to conquer more than he ever dreamed of. He was known as one of the most successful military commanders in ancient history, conquering most

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt: A Great Leader

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    millions of Americans suffering effects of the Great Depression. He made connections to average people and made them feel he understood their plight and could help. Roosevelt was a leader whom I admire because he was a great communicator, he was empathetic, and he was a problem solver. These traits helped Roosevelt to accomplish great things at a time when America needed a great leader. Roosevelt’s skill as a communicator helped him to become a great leader. He was motivational and reassuring about